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Bhutan Study Trip with Rimpoche + Francesco Garripoli

submitted by: admin on 03/13/2019
Bhutan Study Trip with renowned Rimpoche His Eminence Jamgon Truelku lead by Francesco Garri Garripoli. Our journey to the magical Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan will help you gain deep insights into Buddhism while practicing Qigong and Meditation daily from your group leader 20 - 28 March 2019 Have you dreamed of visiting this mystical land nestled between...

Bhutan Trip Article for Yoga Journal

submitted by: admin on 10/07/2017
  Note: this is a copy of the article published in Yoga Journal China September 2017 Yoga and Qigong in Bhutan – Qi Meets Prana     by Francesco Garri Garripoli A golden sun rises over the snow-capped Himalayas as it dances through gossamer clouds. Rays of light pierce the cool air here at the top of the world as...

Qigong Study & Healing Trips with Francesco

submitted by: admin on 01/25/2019
  2019 Thailand Trip      2019 Bhutan Trip Membership here also gives you access to photos, day-by-day itineraries, and updates on Trips available for Members Only... as well as Blogging, and social networking with others who have traveled on these amazing healing journeys! "My memory of our two weeks together rests...

Sewala Monastery Bhutan

submitted by: admin on 09/30/2018
The Sewala Monastery in Bhutan was built in 1718 on a sacred Buddhist mountain near the ancient capital of Punakha. This online Community gives us the opportunity to help support the 98 young Buddhist monks who live there under the guidance of His Eminence Rimpoche Jamgon Truelku. Besides being a place of peace and study, it almost has a role of being an...

Waking, dreaming, Punakha, Bhutan – Part 2.

submitted by: admin on 03/23/2019
  Not nearly as royal as the purple Jacarandas in full bloom and on guard around the majestic Punakha Dzong, the tree outside my window has its own grace and job to do. Swaying in the gentle wind, this cross between a weeping willow, a tree fern, and bamboo provides shade for the hundred or so vendors beneath her branches. Everything and every...

Waking, dreaming, Punakha, Bhutan Part 1.

submitted by: admin on 03/23/2019
  …the only thing that even suggested that I was in Bhutan was the bank of windows that had that tell tale woodwork design one sees on every farm house and hotel throughout this amazing country. My room is a stark yellow plaster cube, but comfortingly quiet, with none of the barking dogs of Thimphu that kept me up in the fast-growing...